Massachusetts privateers of the revolution (A Heritage Classic) by Gardner Weld Allen

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Subjects:

  • Genealogy,
  • History,
  • Massachusetts,
  • Naval operations,
  • Privateering,
  • Revolution,
  • Revolution, 1775-1783,
  • United States

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FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages356
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Open LibraryOL11103702M
ISBN 100788409654
ISBN 109780788409653
OCLC/WorldCa40596939

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Excerpt from Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution T would be difficult to determine when licensed privateering began in Europe, but it was probably not earlier than the thirteenth century.

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ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint. Originally published: Boston, Mass.: Massachusetts. Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution, Volume 77 Volume 77 of Collections / Massachussets Historical Society Volume 77 of Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Massachusetts Historical Society Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution, Gardner Weld Allen Volume 77 of [Massachusetts Historical Society Collections.

vol. Massachusetts Historical Society (Boston, Massachusetts) Language English eng en Subject United States, Massachusetts - Occupations United States, Massachusetts - Military records - Revolution, Extent vi, p., [19] leaves of plates Page Count Owning Institution Onondaga County Public Library Publisher Digital FamilySearch.

Ben Franklin’s Privateers: A Naval epic of the American Revolution, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA Coggins, Jack. Ships and Seaman of the American Revolution, Stackpole Books, Merchanicsburg, PA Vessels of every size and description were pressed into service as privateers.

At the upper end of the scale was the ton, gun ship Caesar of Boston. At the other end was the 8-ton boat Defense of Falmouth, Massachusetts.

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and more than sailed against the British during the War of In the most limited terms, a privateer was a private armed vessel carrying no cargo, devoted exclusively to warlike use. Boston, MA, USA: Wright & Potter Printing, About Massachusetts, U.S., Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War Prepared by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, this is an indexed compilation of the records of the Massachusetts soldiers and sailors who served in the army or navy during the Revolutionary War.

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Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution: Allen, Gardner Weld: Books - or: Gardner Weld Allen. Within a very short time, Gage’s Atlantic supply lines fell prey to the privateer fleets of Newburyport, Salem, Beverly and Plymouth.

According to reports from the Essex Gazette, Massachusetts privateers were far more successful in cutting off British supplies than their land-based early as September 9,the newspaper reported that “Last Saturday a privateer.

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“Set forth in a warlike Manner and by Force of Arms, to attack, seize, and take the Ships and other Vessels belonging to the inhabitants of Great Britain, or any of them, with their Tackle, Apparel, Furniture, and Ladings, on the High Seas, or between high-water and low-water Marks.”.

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